Modul8 U.S. mini tour info and dates **SF DATE ADDED**
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    Modul8 U.S. mini tour info and dates **SF DATE ADDED**

    by ilan » Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:48 pm

    We have been hearing that the U.S. has not been getting the love from us. So we decided to give a little with a mini string of presentations there. Here are the following dates and locations, so mark your calendars!

    Presentation, hosted by Tekserve

    Friday, November 19th, 2010 at 6:00pm
    119 W.23rd St. NYC 10011

    To be presented, Modul8 basics, importing your own media, creating compositions in real time and live mixing using MIDI interfaces as well as a brief showing of an alpha version of the mapping tool Mad Mapper that is a collaborative project between Modul8 Team and 1024architecture.

    The event is free, but please register using the following link:
    http://www.tekserve.com/learning-events ... p?id=10498

    Workshop, hosted by Bart Kresa Design
    (see above video for recent project by them)

    Wednesday, December 1st , 2010 at 5:00pm
    743 Brooks Ave, Venice CA

    An installation will be created prior to the workshop that will allow attendees to learn how to map video to surfaces and then use the controller of their choice to perform with the setup.

    *** L.A. registration is now closed ***
    The workshop is free. RSVP required. Limited to 20 persons.
    http://www.bartkresa.com/


    Open house for video makers, Hosted by Media Arts Center San Diego

    Thursday, December 2nd, 2010 at 6:000pm to 8:00pm
    2910 El Cajon Blvd.
    San Diego, CA
    92104

    This is a more casual presentation. Just come in with your sneakers and we’ll talk live video. I’ll have a projector with controllers and stuff for people to try out stuff.

    The even is free, no need for registration. Just show up.
    http://www.mediaartscenter.org


    Presentation hosted by Video Salon with thanks to the TechShop
    December 3rd, 2010 at 7:00pm
    926 Howard Street

    At the recommendation of the hosts, this will be an intermediate to advanced experience. We
    ll turn on our computers and you can go ahead and pick my brains, share your own experiences. We’ll (meaning, for the record, just me) show the MadMapper in action and people will be able to try it out using my computer.

    The event is free and open to the general public.

    Looking forward to meeting you all.

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